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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-112

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118 Faculties and Courses of Study will be submitted to the Head of the Department in which their studies lie On entering upon course of postgraduate study it is necessary to be formally enrolled by the Head of the Department or his repre- sentative DIPLOMAS CHEMICAL ENGINEERING This course which falls under the purview of Faculty of Engineer- ing is designed so that it may be taken in the year following the final Sc examination by students who have devoted their undergraduate course primarily either to Chemistry or Engineering The course leads to the College Diploma in Chemical Engineering Particulars are given in separate leaflet POWDER TECHNOLOGY This course which is provided in the Faculty of Engineering and covers one session may be followed by students who have taken first degree in Engineering Physics Chemistry or certain other approved branches of applied science The course leads to the College Diploma in Powder Technology Particulars arc given in separate leaflet FOR THE POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION course in professional training extending over one session three terms is open to all men and women graduates of recognised univer- sities who are accepted by the Head of the Education Department Details are available on application to the Department and further information is given in leaflet issued separately RESEARCH There are opportunities for research work other than for higher degree in all departments of the Faculty School of Biological Studies The College has decided to develop the concept of School of Bio- logical Studies as means whereby co-operation between departments will be increased The normal activities of the constituent departments being unaltered the School is to be regarded for the present as loose
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